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  1. About Us The vision at Agora Prep Academy is to transform student’s curiosities to discovery. To guide students in exploring their intuitions and innate genius to create, collaborate and innovate. Our vision is to encourage a complete generation of open-minded, investigative, inventive, and capable learners that will eventually go on to fulfilling their maximum potential and life's purpose. Agora Prep Academy is different because we are a Non-Traditional Learning Environment, have Flexible Seating, Outdoor Education, Interest Based learning, and 21st Century Skills. We specialize in children with all abilities including neurotypical, gifted as well as autism, MID, ODD, OCD, ADD, ADhD and all other learning disabilities as well bullied and displaced students. Our Mission To truly engage children in this generation and future generations, we must shift the educational paradigm and start evolving from the traditional “schooling” of the past. At AGORA Prep, we utilize technology to acquire knowledge and inspire innovation through experiential learning which is critical in the holistic development of the child. Children are born with innate capacities, strengths, and talents, that if celebrated and empowered, will fuel the future with the inventions to progress. Students arrive to our environment already curious and intelligent in various ways, we need to coach them on effective implementation of their ideas to advance and accelerate their natural desire to learn. Our Vision To transform student’s curiosities to discovery. To guide students in exploring their intuitions and innate genius to create, collaborate and innovate. Our vision is to encourage a complete generation of open-minded, investigative, inventive, and capable learners that will eventually go on to fulfilling their maximum potential and life's purpose.
  2. About Us The vision at Agora Prep Academy is to transform student’s curiosities to discovery. To guide students in exploring their intuitions and innate genius to create, collaborate and innovate. Our vision is to encourage a complete generation of open-minded, investigative, inventive, and capable learners that will eventually go on to fulfilling their maximum potential and life's purpose. Agora Prep Academy is different because we are a Non-Traditional Learning Environment, have Flexible Seating, Outdoor Education, Interest Based learning, and 21st Century Skills. We specialize in children with all abilities including neurotypical, gifted as well as autism, MID, ODD, OCD, ADD, ADhD and all other learning disabilities as well bullied and displaced students. Our Mission To truly engage children in this generation and future generations, we must shift the educational paradigm and start evolving from the traditional “schooling” of the past. At AGORA Prep, we utilize technology to acquire knowledge and inspire innovation through experiential learning which is critical in the holistic development of the child. Children are born with innate capacities, strengths, and talents, that if celebrated and empowered, will fuel the future with the inventions to progress. Students arrive to our environment already curious and intelligent in various ways, we need to coach them on effective implementation of their ideas to advance and accelerate their natural desire to learn. Our Vision To transform student’s curiosities to discovery. To guide students in exploring their intuitions and innate genius to create, collaborate and innovate. Our vision is to encourage a complete generation of open-minded, investigative, inventive, and capable learners that will eventually go on to fulfilling their maximum potential and life's purpose. View full school
  3. It was in the second semester of 1997, through a prophetic utterance by Dr. Bill Hammond that God birthed Kingdom Academy. Approximately seven years before this, God shared His dream for this school with the leadership of the church and sent us on a mission to various other schools to establish His perfect will. After only four months, on the 2nd of February 1998, His dream became a reality when the school started humbly with only 27 children. In what was seemingly a small beginning in 1998, we began to see something far greater than what most of us could have imagined. We desire to help you in the academic, social, and spiritual development of your children. It is our goal to promote Godliness and moral integrity in our young children, teaching biblical principles, communication skills, and critical “out of the box” thinking. We strive to provide such learning in an environment that also provides cultural and athletic opportunities. We are here to serve you. Please feel free to contact us if you ever have any suggestions or questions. May the Lord Jesus Christ bless and anoint you and your family. Our vision is to develops a Godly culture in our children to maximize their spiritual, academic, and social potential. Our mission is to influence children passionately daily with the Word of God, develop their God-given potential (spiritually, emotionally, intellectually, and physically) prepare them for life so that they will influence their families, friends, and community by living a life characterized by Christ. School-life balance is important for optimal academic functioning. Students often prioritize academics at the expense of personal factors, including relationships and exercise. We want our children to love truth and pursue it freely, we must liberate them from this fear of learning by showing them that learning can strengthen and extend their faith. We are a community that loves and help each other through the power and support of God. Extracurricular activities teach children how to work for a common goal and this ultimately develops a sense of responsibility in them. It increases the level of confidence and also teaches them how to co-operate and work with people in different conditions. Participation in sport can develop children mentally, physically, socially, and spiritually, and it is an important part of the total educational program at Kingdom Academy Primary. One of the major purposes of sporting programs is to train children to “have the mind of Christ” even under the pressure of competition. Our goal in academics and athletics is to develop godly Christian character in children who are willing to be the works of the Lord Jesus Christ. The National Curriculum is implemented whereby the Content Areas and Specific aims and skills of all learning areas are covered and assessed throughout the year. Foundation Phase digresses from the NCS (CAPS) curriculum, Intermediate and Senior Phases (Grades 4-7) follow the NCS (CAPS) curriculum, except for portions of work that differ from Biblical standards and where reinforcement is necessary. Biblical principles are incorporated into all Learning areas. All learners will also attend Computer lessons and Discipleship every week. Learners are expected to “do unto others as they would have others do unto them”. Learners are encouraged to display a Christ-like attitude by being respectful and tolerant towards others. No corporal punishment may be administered, however firm control will be kept in the classrooms, and learners are expected to abide by the Kingdom Academy Code of Conduct at all times. In disciplinary matters, the Kingdom Academy’s Disciplinary Code will be followed. If necessary, the educator is allowed to bring the learners back for detention written once. Warnings will be issued according to the code. Only English is allowed to be spoken in classrooms, except Afrikaans that is only allowed to be spoken during the First Additional language periods. Before school, after school, and during breaks, the language of the learner’s choice may be spoken. View full school
  4. It was in the second semester of 1997, through a prophetic utterance by Dr. Bill Hammond that God birthed Kingdom Academy. Approximately seven years before this, God shared His dream for this school with the leadership of the church and sent us on a mission to various other schools to establish His perfect will. After only four months, on the 2nd of February 1998, His dream became a reality when the school started humbly with only 27 children. In what was seemingly a small beginning in 1998, we began to see something far greater than what most of us could have imagined. We desire to help you in the academic, social, and spiritual development of your children. It is our goal to promote Godliness and moral integrity in our young children, teaching biblical principles, communication skills, and critical “out of the box” thinking. We strive to provide such learning in an environment that also provides cultural and athletic opportunities. We are here to serve you. Please feel free to contact us if you ever have any suggestions or questions. May the Lord Jesus Christ bless and anoint you and your family. Our vision is to develops a Godly culture in our children to maximize their spiritual, academic, and social potential. Our mission is to influence children passionately daily with the Word of God, develop their God-given potential (spiritually, emotionally, intellectually, and physically) prepare them for life so that they will influence their families, friends, and community by living a life characterized by Christ. School-life balance is important for optimal academic functioning. Students often prioritize academics at the expense of personal factors, including relationships and exercise. We want our children to love truth and pursue it freely, we must liberate them from this fear of learning by showing them that learning can strengthen and extend their faith. We are a community that loves and help each other through the power and support of God. Extracurricular activities teach children how to work for a common goal and this ultimately develops a sense of responsibility in them. It increases the level of confidence and also teaches them how to co-operate and work with people in different conditions. Participation in sport can develop children mentally, physically, socially, and spiritually, and it is an important part of the total educational program at Kingdom Academy Primary. One of the major purposes of sporting programs is to train children to “have the mind of Christ” even under the pressure of competition. Our goal in academics and athletics is to develop godly Christian character in children who are willing to be the works of the Lord Jesus Christ. The National Curriculum is implemented whereby the Content Areas and Specific aims and skills of all learning areas are covered and assessed throughout the year. Foundation Phase digresses from the NCS (CAPS) curriculum, Intermediate and Senior Phases (Grades 4-7) follow the NCS (CAPS) curriculum, except for portions of work that differ from Biblical standards and where reinforcement is necessary. Biblical principles are incorporated into all Learning areas. All learners will also attend Computer lessons and Discipleship every week. Learners are expected to “do unto others as they would have others do unto them”. Learners are encouraged to display a Christ-like attitude by being respectful and tolerant towards others. No corporal punishment may be administered, however firm control will be kept in the classrooms, and learners are expected to abide by the Kingdom Academy Code of Conduct at all times. In disciplinary matters, the Kingdom Academy’s Disciplinary Code will be followed. If necessary, the educator is allowed to bring the learners back for detention written once. Warnings will be issued according to the code. Only English is allowed to be spoken in classrooms, except Afrikaans that is only allowed to be spoken during the First Additional language periods. Before school, after school, and during breaks, the language of the learner’s choice may be spoken.
  5. Providence Academy was established in 1994 to establish a low fee school for the diverse community of the Republic of South Africa. The curriculum offered by the school is CAPS and is monitored by the Gauteng Department of Education. Learners at Providence Academy sit for National Examinations. Providence academy combined school is committed to the development of all facets of the child, namely intellectual, emotional spiritual, and physical. Providence Academy is committed to an education whereby the child will be allowed to learn the necessary life skills which will enable him/her to succeed in a changing society, interaction between all stakeholders, community, teaching staff and learners will be encouraged. To accomplish our mission, we are committed to the appointment of the best available qualified staff that will be able to respect the diverse values, cultures, and norms within the school. Providence Academy was established in 1994 to establish a low fee school for the diverse community of the Republic of South Africa. The curriculum offered by the school is CAPS and is monitored by the Gauteng Department of Education. Learners at Providence Academy sit for National Examinations. Providence academy combined school is committed to the development of all facets of the child, namely intellectual, emotional spiritual, and physical. Providence Academy is committed to an education whereby the child will be allowed to learn the necessary life skills which will enable him/her to succeed in a changing society, interaction between all stakeholders, community, teaching staff and learners will be encouraged. To accomplish our mission, we are committed to the appointment of the best available qualified staff that will be able to respect the diverse values, cultures, and norms within the school. At providence academy we are committed to: Quality education for all. The creation of academic culture. Developing each learner to his/her potential as to achieve his life calling. Participation in extramural activities. Fostering of religious principles. Interacting with and serving our community. To transform learners into proud & responsible citizens. The school has a well-functioning computer Laboratory. We offer basic computer classes to Grade R – 9. Learners are offered computer Literacy for exposure to Information Technology Environment. Computer Literacy will not be formally accessed and therefore will not appear in learners’ reports. Often educational tours use multimedia to visually grab attention and encourage students to partake in an enjoyable learning experience. However, in the classroom, these exposed sensors may be limited. Students are more likely to enjoy and learn from a history class located in the center of where it all began, than in the classroom. If you’re a teacher that struggles to grab your student’s attention from time to time, school tours and field trips are sure to spark excitement to learn. Reinforcing the course material and allowing the lesson to come to life, allows them to visualize, experience, and discuss the information, allowing students to recall the experience long after the trip. Taking the students out of the classroom and into a new environment allows them to work as a team with other classmates outside of their normal group. Not only that, but they make lifelong memories among peers, which is no doubt a fun learning experience in itself View full school
  6. Providence Academy was established in 1994 to establish a low fee school for the diverse community of the Republic of South Africa. The curriculum offered by the school is CAPS and is monitored by the Gauteng Department of Education. Learners at Providence Academy sit for National Examinations. Providence academy combined school is committed to the development of all facets of the child, namely intellectual, emotional spiritual, and physical. Providence Academy is committed to an education whereby the child will be allowed to learn the necessary life skills which will enable him/her to succeed in a changing society, interaction between all stakeholders, community, teaching staff and learners will be encouraged. To accomplish our mission, we are committed to the appointment of the best available qualified staff that will be able to respect the diverse values, cultures, and norms within the school. Providence Academy was established in 1994 to establish a low fee school for the diverse community of the Republic of South Africa. The curriculum offered by the school is CAPS and is monitored by the Gauteng Department of Education. Learners at Providence Academy sit for National Examinations. Providence academy combined school is committed to the development of all facets of the child, namely intellectual, emotional spiritual, and physical. Providence Academy is committed to an education whereby the child will be allowed to learn the necessary life skills which will enable him/her to succeed in a changing society, interaction between all stakeholders, community, teaching staff and learners will be encouraged. To accomplish our mission, we are committed to the appointment of the best available qualified staff that will be able to respect the diverse values, cultures, and norms within the school. At providence academy we are committed to: Quality education for all. The creation of academic culture. Developing each learner to his/her potential as to achieve his life calling. Participation in extramural activities. Fostering of religious principles. Interacting with and serving our community. To transform learners into proud & responsible citizens. The school has a well-functioning computer Laboratory. We offer basic computer classes to Grade R – 9. Learners are offered computer Literacy for exposure to Information Technology Environment. Computer Literacy will not be formally accessed and therefore will not appear in learners’ reports. Often educational tours use multimedia to visually grab attention and encourage students to partake in an enjoyable learning experience. However, in the classroom, these exposed sensors may be limited. Students are more likely to enjoy and learn from a history class located in the center of where it all began, than in the classroom. If you’re a teacher that struggles to grab your student’s attention from time to time, school tours and field trips are sure to spark excitement to learn. Reinforcing the course material and allowing the lesson to come to life, allows them to visualize, experience, and discuss the information, allowing students to recall the experience long after the trip. Taking the students out of the classroom and into a new environment allows them to work as a team with other classmates outside of their normal group. Not only that, but they make lifelong memories among peers, which is no doubt a fun learning experience in itself
  7. Arab International Academy is an authorized IB World School for the Diploma Programme located in Doha, Qatar. Since its founding in 2016, the school has been committed to academic excellence that uniquely develops confident and independent-minded individuals. Arab International Academy offers a challenging and well-rounded international educational experience for each of its students. At AIA, every student matters. We encourage our students to be resilient when facing challenges in life and prepare them academically and socially. View full school
  8. Arab International Academy is an authorized IB World School for the Diploma Programme located in Doha, Qatar. Since its founding in 2016, the school has been committed to academic excellence that uniquely develops confident and independent-minded individuals. Arab International Academy offers a challenging and well-rounded international educational experience for each of its students. At AIA, every student matters. We encourage our students to be resilient when facing challenges in life and prepare them academically and socially.
  9. Blyth Academy Qatar is an active JK-12 international school that embraces diversity celebrates differences in cultures and engages students in their learning. Currently, Blyth Academy Qatar enjoys students from 42 nations enriching the experience for all students to function in a global society. Graduates of Blyth are equipped to pursue post-secondary studies in Canada and internationally. Blyth Academy Qatar is accredited by the province of Alberta, Canada, and the State of Qatar. Both accrediting bodies inspect the school annually ensuring BAQ is meeting required standards. Students at Blyth Academy Qatar will experience a personalized, differentiated, collaborative, and experiential learning environment that leads to higher levels of motivation, engagement, and achievement, and that features: Small class sizes (max. 20 students), allowing teachers to focus on personalized teaching Customization of learning to student needs Recruitment and development of high-quality educators Comfortable, empathetic, nurturing learning environments Interdisciplinary use of technology and tools to explore study topics, present content, communicate with others, and more Academic Counselling ESL support as required although students should enter the school with a solid grasp of English, all subjects are taught in English except French and Arabic A variety of local excursions to enrich the learning experience as well as international offerings annually Specialist teachers in French, Physical and Health Education, Art and Music Our Vision To be a global leader in providing accessible, experiential, progressive learning experiences that prepare students for academic success at the primary, intermediate, secondary, and post-secondary education levels. MISSION To have outstanding school leaders and educators facilitate the development of knowledge and character in our students through a caring, supportive, and culturally sensitive learning community that brings together international and local students in a harmonious, creative, supportive environment. Learning Objectives Kindergarten to Grade 12: To enable each student to understand and appreciate language, and to use it confidently and competently in a variety of situations for communication, personal satisfaction, and learning. To enable students to develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to lead active and healthy lifestyles. To develop the attitudes, skills, and knowledge that will enable students to become engaged, active, informed, and responsible citizens. To develop their sense of self and community, encouraging students to affirm their place as citizens in an inclusive, democratic society. To develop mathematical reasoning and problem-solving skills and make connections between mathematics and its applications. That student can not only add, subtract, multiply and divide but that they also know how to reason and solve problems in real-life situations. Kindergarten to Grade 6 To understand and interpret the world around them. To develop an understanding of the many applications of science in daily life. Grades 7 to 12 To develop the science-related knowledge, skills, and attitudes that they need to solve problems and make decisions, and at the same time help them become lifelong learners— maintaining their sense of wonder about the world around them. To enable students to enhance the depth and breadth of their expression and intuitive response to fine art. Grades 10-12 To develop skills that senior high school students can apply in their daily lives when preparing for entry into the workplace or for further learning opportunities. To develop the attitudes and behaviors that people need to participate and progress in today’s dynamic world of work. View full school
  10. Blyth Academy Qatar is an active JK-12 international school that embraces diversity celebrates differences in cultures and engages students in their learning. Currently, Blyth Academy Qatar enjoys students from 42 nations enriching the experience for all students to function in a global society. Graduates of Blyth are equipped to pursue post-secondary studies in Canada and internationally. Blyth Academy Qatar is accredited by the province of Alberta, Canada, and the State of Qatar. Both accrediting bodies inspect the school annually ensuring BAQ is meeting required standards. Students at Blyth Academy Qatar will experience a personalized, differentiated, collaborative, and experiential learning environment that leads to higher levels of motivation, engagement, and achievement, and that features: Small class sizes (max. 20 students), allowing teachers to focus on personalized teaching Customization of learning to student needs Recruitment and development of high-quality educators Comfortable, empathetic, nurturing learning environments Interdisciplinary use of technology and tools to explore study topics, present content, communicate with others, and more Academic Counselling ESL support as required although students should enter the school with a solid grasp of English, all subjects are taught in English except French and Arabic A variety of local excursions to enrich the learning experience as well as international offerings annually Specialist teachers in French, Physical and Health Education, Art and Music Our Vision To be a global leader in providing accessible, experiential, progressive learning experiences that prepare students for academic success at the primary, intermediate, secondary, and post-secondary education levels. MISSION To have outstanding school leaders and educators facilitate the development of knowledge and character in our students through a caring, supportive, and culturally sensitive learning community that brings together international and local students in a harmonious, creative, supportive environment. Learning Objectives Kindergarten to Grade 12: To enable each student to understand and appreciate language, and to use it confidently and competently in a variety of situations for communication, personal satisfaction, and learning. To enable students to develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to lead active and healthy lifestyles. To develop the attitudes, skills, and knowledge that will enable students to become engaged, active, informed, and responsible citizens. To develop their sense of self and community, encouraging students to affirm their place as citizens in an inclusive, democratic society. To develop mathematical reasoning and problem-solving skills and make connections between mathematics and its applications. That student can not only add, subtract, multiply and divide but that they also know how to reason and solve problems in real-life situations. Kindergarten to Grade 6 To understand and interpret the world around them. To develop an understanding of the many applications of science in daily life. Grades 7 to 12 To develop the science-related knowledge, skills, and attitudes that they need to solve problems and make decisions, and at the same time help them become lifelong learners— maintaining their sense of wonder about the world around them. To enable students to enhance the depth and breadth of their expression and intuitive response to fine art. Grades 10-12 To develop skills that senior high school students can apply in their daily lives when preparing for entry into the workplace or for further learning opportunities. To develop the attitudes and behaviors that people need to participate and progress in today’s dynamic world of work.
  11. The Qatar Academy Sidra experience is unique. We engage and empower all in the pursuit of learning to ensure that together, as a supportive community of parents, faculty, and staff, we give each child “roots to grow and wings to fly”. Every day, nearly 700 people from 37 different countries come into our school a place where we value each person’s happiness and wellbeing. We believe it is the quality of the relationships within our community that engage and empower us all to become active, compassionate lifelong learners who understand and value each other’s differences. The Qatar Academy Sidra campuses are hives of exploration, creative and critical thinking and are places where the joy of learning can be seen on smiling faces. As a fully authorized IB Primary Years, Middle Years, and Diploma Programme school, we respond to the individuality, passions, and talents of each of our students. This is achieved whilst simultaneously building a reflective and open-minded culture that thrives on our abilities to collaborate and innovate Our community has access to well-resourced and technology-rich classrooms, digital learning libraries, maker spaces, indoor gymnasiums, science labs, multi-purpose learning spaces, art studios, and much more. All of these spaces, in addition to the wide range of world-class facilities that we have access to within Education City, provide our students with rich learning experiences. Qatar Academy Sidra is more than just a school it is a student-centered hub of inquiry, it is our community. Qatar Academy Sidra is a place for students, faculty, staff, and parents to play, learn, grow and celebrate. Qatar Academy Sidra is a supportive community that engages and empowers all in the pursuit of learning through a student-centered inquiry approach. Here at QA Sidra we are welcoming our very first cohort of International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) students and continuing with the development and implementation of the Middle Years Programme (MYP). At QA Sidra recognize the need for all of our students to become active, compassionate, and lifelong learners. Our caring and highly qualified teachers and educators have worked hard to ensure that the program we offer enables students to demonstrate these attributes. As an IB school, we have integrated the IB Learner Profiles into our curriculum and our community. We invite you all to play a part in continuing to build and develop our school and the community to help us be the best we can be. Qatar Academy Sidra offers after-school activities for KG1 students and above. These activities are offered throughout the year in five-week sessions. Activities range from athletics and languages to art and drama. Students are encouraged to participate in these activities to enhance their experience here at QA Sidra. View full school
  12. The Qatar Academy Sidra experience is unique. We engage and empower all in the pursuit of learning to ensure that together, as a supportive community of parents, faculty, and staff, we give each child “roots to grow and wings to fly”. Every day, nearly 700 people from 37 different countries come into our school a place where we value each person’s happiness and wellbeing. We believe it is the quality of the relationships within our community that engage and empower us all to become active, compassionate lifelong learners who understand and value each other’s differences. The Qatar Academy Sidra campuses are hives of exploration, creative and critical thinking and are places where the joy of learning can be seen on smiling faces. As a fully authorized IB Primary Years, Middle Years, and Diploma Programme school, we respond to the individuality, passions, and talents of each of our students. This is achieved whilst simultaneously building a reflective and open-minded culture that thrives on our abilities to collaborate and innovate Our community has access to well-resourced and technology-rich classrooms, digital learning libraries, maker spaces, indoor gymnasiums, science labs, multi-purpose learning spaces, art studios, and much more. All of these spaces, in addition to the wide range of world-class facilities that we have access to within Education City, provide our students with rich learning experiences. Qatar Academy Sidra is more than just a school it is a student-centered hub of inquiry, it is our community. Qatar Academy Sidra is a place for students, faculty, staff, and parents to play, learn, grow and celebrate. Qatar Academy Sidra is a supportive community that engages and empowers all in the pursuit of learning through a student-centered inquiry approach. Here at QA Sidra we are welcoming our very first cohort of International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) students and continuing with the development and implementation of the Middle Years Programme (MYP). At QA Sidra recognize the need for all of our students to become active, compassionate, and lifelong learners. Our caring and highly qualified teachers and educators have worked hard to ensure that the program we offer enables students to demonstrate these attributes. As an IB school, we have integrated the IB Learner Profiles into our curriculum and our community. We invite you all to play a part in continuing to build and develop our school and the community to help us be the best we can be. Qatar Academy Sidra offers after-school activities for KG1 students and above. These activities are offered throughout the year in five-week sessions. Activities range from athletics and languages to art and drama. Students are encouraged to participate in these activities to enhance their experience here at QA Sidra.
  13. The American Academy School was founded in 2000 and is under the supervision and guidance of the Supreme Council. It follows an internationally enriched American curriculum, serving a multicultural student body. It comprises Kindergarten, Primary, Junior High, and High School. The American Academy School philosophy, programs, and methodology aim to develop each student’s thinking skills, life-long learning habits, sound knowledge, and technological aptitudes whilst developing a lasting sense of social responsibility, self-confidence, leadership, and citizenship. At American Academy School, we emphasize the value of the individual in an environment where each student rejoices in the differences in the interchanges. Our outstanding faculty and our students know how to work happily and successfully together in a multicultural environment. Education is important. And we believe that sound education should rely on an ethical and humanistic basis. Based on these values, our curriculum emphasis on communication, information technology, and world awareness seeks to ensure that students take their personal qualities and knowledge in a world more challenging and competitive than ever. Our goal is to create a nurturing, learning, safe environment where all students can enjoy learning and succeed. We believe that all children can make it when faculty and families work together to maximize every students’ academic and personal potential. Guided by respect, responsibility, accountability, and the promotion of life-long learning, the American Academy honors the special gift in every child and reaches out to all kinds of students to ensure that all succeed. To meet modern education standards and to enforce the highest moral values aiming at developing students’ potential through different teaching methods that help them acquire self-confidence and individuality in a multi-cultural environment. At American Academy School, we endeavor to instill good values in every child. The true worth of a person is based on the virtues he/she possesses. Students should know that they should be truthful to themselves and others. Students display honesty by doing their homework, completing their projects and assignments in the stipulated time. View full school
  14. The American Academy School was founded in 2000 and is under the supervision and guidance of the Supreme Council. It follows an internationally enriched American curriculum, serving a multicultural student body. It comprises Kindergarten, Primary, Junior High, and High School. The American Academy School philosophy, programs, and methodology aim to develop each student’s thinking skills, life-long learning habits, sound knowledge, and technological aptitudes whilst developing a lasting sense of social responsibility, self-confidence, leadership, and citizenship. At American Academy School, we emphasize the value of the individual in an environment where each student rejoices in the differences in the interchanges. Our outstanding faculty and our students know how to work happily and successfully together in a multicultural environment. Education is important. And we believe that sound education should rely on an ethical and humanistic basis. Based on these values, our curriculum emphasis on communication, information technology, and world awareness seeks to ensure that students take their personal qualities and knowledge in a world more challenging and competitive than ever. Our goal is to create a nurturing, learning, safe environment where all students can enjoy learning and succeed. We believe that all children can make it when faculty and families work together to maximize every students’ academic and personal potential. Guided by respect, responsibility, accountability, and the promotion of life-long learning, the American Academy honors the special gift in every child and reaches out to all kinds of students to ensure that all succeed. To meet modern education standards and to enforce the highest moral values aiming at developing students’ potential through different teaching methods that help them acquire self-confidence and individuality in a multi-cultural environment. At American Academy School, we endeavor to instill good values in every child. The true worth of a person is based on the virtues he/she possesses. Students should know that they should be truthful to themselves and others. Students display honesty by doing their homework, completing their projects and assignments in the stipulated time.
  15. Qatar Academy Al Khor is a private, non-profit, and coeducational school, founded by the Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development to provide students at all levels with internationally accepted English Medium Curricula, and Arabic, Islamic Studies, and National Studies Curricula that meet the National Standards. QAK develops independent critical thinkers, lifelong learners, and responsible citizens. Qatar Academy Al Khor exists to provide the highest possible standards of Education that help each student achieve excellence and develop as an independent critical thinker, a lifelong learner, and a responsible citizen. Qatar Academy Al Khor aims to meet the educational needs and expectations of students and to provide them with opportunities to reach their full potential by: Achieving academic excellence through varied teaching and learning strategies. Offering internationally recognized syllabi. Providing for and maintaining the highest standards through continuous evaluation and improvement programs. Providing opportunities for a balanced development among the academic, physical, esthetic, social, and cultural aspects. Providing consistently challenging targets, so that each student realizes his/her full potential. Promoting tolerance and appreciation of various cultures, traditions, and values. Providing a safe and supportive learning environment. Encouraging the virtues of self-respect and respect of others. Embracing and utilizing information communication technology. Providing a wide range of extra-curricular activities. Promoting communication and collaboration among parents, students, school, and community. Promoting effective management committed to the development and improvement of all people in the school. We aim at promoting strong partnerships with parents, students, and others from inside and outside the community. As we have high expectations for our students and believe in developing their responsibility for their learning and education, we strive to create an environment where every student is given the attention necessary to achieve his\her individual success. This environment would not have been progressing without our students’ hard work, parents’ involvement and support, as well as teachers’ commitment to the school. View full school
  16. Qatar Academy Al Khor is a private, non-profit, and coeducational school, founded by the Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development to provide students at all levels with internationally accepted English Medium Curricula, and Arabic, Islamic Studies, and National Studies Curricula that meet the National Standards. QAK develops independent critical thinkers, lifelong learners, and responsible citizens. Qatar Academy Al Khor exists to provide the highest possible standards of Education that help each student achieve excellence and develop as an independent critical thinker, a lifelong learner, and a responsible citizen. Qatar Academy Al Khor aims to meet the educational needs and expectations of students and to provide them with opportunities to reach their full potential by: Achieving academic excellence through varied teaching and learning strategies. Offering internationally recognized syllabi. Providing for and maintaining the highest standards through continuous evaluation and improvement programs. Providing opportunities for a balanced development among the academic, physical, esthetic, social, and cultural aspects. Providing consistently challenging targets, so that each student realizes his/her full potential. Promoting tolerance and appreciation of various cultures, traditions, and values. Providing a safe and supportive learning environment. Encouraging the virtues of self-respect and respect of others. Embracing and utilizing information communication technology. Providing a wide range of extra-curricular activities. Promoting communication and collaboration among parents, students, school, and community. Promoting effective management committed to the development and improvement of all people in the school. We aim at promoting strong partnerships with parents, students, and others from inside and outside the community. As we have high expectations for our students and believe in developing their responsibility for their learning and education, we strive to create an environment where every student is given the attention necessary to achieve his\her individual success. This environment would not have been progressing without our students’ hard work, parents’ involvement and support, as well as teachers’ commitment to the school.
  17. Al Maha boys are one of three academies that come under the umbrella of the Ta’allum Group. The academy comprises of three schools, Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary each led by their respective heads. The Primary school (years 1 – 6) is the largest of our three schools and has just over 1000 students. The secondary school has just over 500 students with students completing their IGCSEs, AS Levels, and Qatar Thanawia by the end of year 12. The academy employs over 250 members of staff both academic and non-academic. Our mission is to be a premier educational institute that is committed to a unique brand of holistic education. Our goal is to help every child to learn and acquire Islamic knowledge alongside building a solid foundation in all academic subjects. This will help them develop and gain true Islamic values and thereby make a valuable, correct moral and social contribution to the community in which they live. “Creative learners today, our future leaders tomorrow” We aspire to be a progressive institute that provides learning experiences by offering a quality education based on an Islamic ethos that aims to serve humanity. Academic Leaders with Islamic values are the characteristic hallmarks of our students. At Al Maha Boys Academy we believe that to ensure all our students achieve at the highest level we need to actively support them through curriculum and enrichment in developing the right characteristics. This is what distinguishes our students from others. We aim to ensure that all students in Al Maha Academy for Boys achieve the highest standards and graduate successfully to Thanawia and on to university or a chosen, aspirational career path. We seek to ensure that all students who are admitted to the school will thrive in an environment of high academic expectations. Our school provides an exceptional standard of education to children from all around the world. We offer the British National Curriculum. This year we welcome students from Nursery - Year 12* with plans for natural growth up to Year 13. View full school
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    Al Maha Academy

    Al Maha boys are one of three academies that come under the umbrella of the Ta’allum Group. The academy comprises of three schools, Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary each led by their respective heads. The Primary school (years 1 – 6) is the largest of our three schools and has just over 1000 students. The secondary school has just over 500 students with students completing their IGCSEs, AS Levels, and Qatar Thanawia by the end of year 12. The academy employs over 250 members of staff both academic and non-academic. Our mission is to be a premier educational institute that is committed to a unique brand of holistic education. Our goal is to help every child to learn and acquire Islamic knowledge alongside building a solid foundation in all academic subjects. This will help them develop and gain true Islamic values and thereby make a valuable, correct moral and social contribution to the community in which they live. “Creative learners today, our future leaders tomorrow” We aspire to be a progressive institute that provides learning experiences by offering a quality education based on an Islamic ethos that aims to serve humanity. Academic Leaders with Islamic values are the characteristic hallmarks of our students. At Al Maha Boys Academy we believe that to ensure all our students achieve at the highest level we need to actively support them through curriculum and enrichment in developing the right characteristics. This is what distinguishes our students from others. We aim to ensure that all students in Al Maha Academy for Boys achieve the highest standards and graduate successfully to Thanawia and on to university or a chosen, aspirational career path. We seek to ensure that all students who are admitted to the school will thrive in an environment of high academic expectations. Our school provides an exceptional standard of education to children from all around the world. We offer the British National Curriculum. This year we welcome students from Nursery - Year 12* with plans for natural growth up to Year 13.
  19. Qatar Academy is part of the Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, a private, chartered, non-profit organization founded in 1996. Qatar Academy (QA) is one of the Middle East’s premier educational institutions. QA is an International Baccalaureate World School also accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and the Council of International Schools. The school offers academic excellence through Primary, Middle Year, and IB Diploma programs based on the principle that education involves the development of a student’s cognitive, physical, social, moral, and affective capabilities. A dynamic classroom curriculum combined with community and service programs, experiential education, and extra-curricular activities enables students to participate in and reflect on the educational journey from preschool through the university admissions process. Students are a respected part of the learning process shared with parents and teachers. They are encouraged to be risk-takers, unafraid to ask questions, and confidently seek answers. QA students have unique opportunities to travel, study and participate in sports throughout the Middle East region and all over the world. Locally, Senior School students participate in and help organize the THIMUN Qatar Conference and Film Festival. Primary School students spend nearly a week each year off-site at QA's School Without Walls facility located along the coast of the Arabian Sea. Students also travel the globe, rock climbing in France, learning about human ingenuity at Space Camp in Turkey, visiting art museums in Italy, and performing community and service in Vietnam. Qatar Academy does not just educate. QA prepares students for work, life, and leadership in their communities and society at large. We actively seek to improve as an institution by participating in the process of accreditation as well as thinking and acting strategically on our mission and vision statements. Our Strategic Plan has provided us with the opportunity to engage in a reflective exercise identified by the three prestigious international agencies: the Council of International Schools (CIS), the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), and the International Baccalaureate (IB). Last year we completed a self-study and prepared reports to send to the accrediting agencies. This year we will receive a visit from a team of evaluators from these agencies. They will come to review our processes and procedures and make recommendations for any improvements. We look forward to welcoming them to QAD. This is our fourth year of implementing the Middle School model in our community. We provide a developmentally appropriate curriculum for students in grades 6 – 8. Our teachers are specifically trained to teach the students in the middle grades, and we have a robust co-curricular program designed to meet their needs beyond the classroom. At the High School level, we continue to feature the MYP curriculum in grades 9 and 10 while preparing our students for their university education by offering the IB Diploma program in grades 11 and 12. This will also be the is also the second year of offering the prestigious “e-assessments” to our Grade 10 students. We use the reports from this assessment to guide instructional decisions for our students. The QA community supports and challenges students to be critical thinkers, and active and contributing members of society, through learning experiences serving the needs, interests, and learning styles of each student. Qatar Academy offers a rigorous program encompassing international English-medium education, Arabic, and Islamic studies. The Qatar Academy community supports and challenges students to be critical thinkers, and active and contributing members of society through learning experiences serving the needs, interests, and learning styles of each student. Empowering students to achieve academic excellence and be responsible citizens. View full school
  20. Qatar Academy is part of the Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, a private, chartered, non-profit organization founded in 1996. Qatar Academy (QA) is one of the Middle East’s premier educational institutions. QA is an International Baccalaureate World School also accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and the Council of International Schools. The school offers academic excellence through Primary, Middle Year, and IB Diploma programs based on the principle that education involves the development of a student’s cognitive, physical, social, moral, and affective capabilities. A dynamic classroom curriculum combined with community and service programs, experiential education, and extra-curricular activities enables students to participate in and reflect on the educational journey from preschool through the university admissions process. Students are a respected part of the learning process shared with parents and teachers. They are encouraged to be risk-takers, unafraid to ask questions, and confidently seek answers. QA students have unique opportunities to travel, study and participate in sports throughout the Middle East region and all over the world. Locally, Senior School students participate in and help organize the THIMUN Qatar Conference and Film Festival. Primary School students spend nearly a week each year off-site at QA's School Without Walls facility located along the coast of the Arabian Sea. Students also travel the globe, rock climbing in France, learning about human ingenuity at Space Camp in Turkey, visiting art museums in Italy, and performing community and service in Vietnam. Qatar Academy does not just educate. QA prepares students for work, life, and leadership in their communities and society at large. We actively seek to improve as an institution by participating in the process of accreditation as well as thinking and acting strategically on our mission and vision statements. Our Strategic Plan has provided us with the opportunity to engage in a reflective exercise identified by the three prestigious international agencies: the Council of International Schools (CIS), the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), and the International Baccalaureate (IB). Last year we completed a self-study and prepared reports to send to the accrediting agencies. This year we will receive a visit from a team of evaluators from these agencies. They will come to review our processes and procedures and make recommendations for any improvements. We look forward to welcoming them to QAD. This is our fourth year of implementing the Middle School model in our community. We provide a developmentally appropriate curriculum for students in grades 6 – 8. Our teachers are specifically trained to teach the students in the middle grades, and we have a robust co-curricular program designed to meet their needs beyond the classroom. At the High School level, we continue to feature the MYP curriculum in grades 9 and 10 while preparing our students for their university education by offering the IB Diploma program in grades 11 and 12. This will also be the is also the second year of offering the prestigious “e-assessments” to our Grade 10 students. We use the reports from this assessment to guide instructional decisions for our students. The QA community supports and challenges students to be critical thinkers, and active and contributing members of society, through learning experiences serving the needs, interests, and learning styles of each student. Qatar Academy offers a rigorous program encompassing international English-medium education, Arabic, and Islamic studies. The Qatar Academy community supports and challenges students to be critical thinkers, and active and contributing members of society through learning experiences serving the needs, interests, and learning styles of each student. Empowering students to achieve academic excellence and be responsible citizens.
  21. GEMS American Academy Qatar (GAAQ) is part of the GEMS Education family, a network of international schools worldwide that offers students the highest standard of education. As a GEMS Education school, we embody the GEMS core concepts of leading through innovation, pursuing excellence, growing by learning, and global citizenship. Our school offers our multi-cultural student body a rigorous American curriculum from Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12. In addition to U.S. Common Core standards-based academics that culminate with the Advanced Placement (AP) program, we also provide a robust extra-curricular program to support the development of the whole child. Our balanced educational program places a strong emphasis on academics while incorporating the arts, athletics, community service, and a wide range of learning opportunities inside and outside the classroom. Our curriculum is deepened through child-centered learning and our teachers strive to foster the development of each student’s unique talents and abilities. At GAAQ, we firmly believe that education is about overall student development (academic, social, emotional, physical, and cognitive learning). We are proud of our school’s journey since its inception in 2014. In just five years, we have become a NEASC-accredited school, earned one of the highest parent satisfaction ratings in the GEMS Education network, named one of the Ten Best International Schools in Qatar, approved to offer College Board Advanced Placement (AP) courses, granted permission to offer the prestigious Duke of Edinburgh Award and the Cambridge IGCSE Arabic exam, built a thriving, diverse school community with over 80 nationalities and obtained a 100% university acceptance rate for our first graduating class of 2019. All of these great achievements would not be possible without the tireless commitment of our large, tight-knit school community. There’s much more to a GEMS education than just great schools that set a benchmark for quality education. Every one of our schools is built on the same core values that encourage every GEMS student, regardless of their age, to develop a social conscience and become active members of their global community. Your child’s education is incredibly precious, which is why we want to talk with you about what makes us special. In this section, we’d like to invite you to learn a little more about the GEMS network of schools, our core values, and the part you can play in making your child’s educational experience the very best it can be. View full school
  22. GEMS American Academy Qatar (GAAQ) is part of the GEMS Education family, a network of international schools worldwide that offers students the highest standard of education. As a GEMS Education school, we embody the GEMS core concepts of leading through innovation, pursuing excellence, growing by learning, and global citizenship. Our school offers our multi-cultural student body a rigorous American curriculum from Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12. In addition to U.S. Common Core standards-based academics that culminate with the Advanced Placement (AP) program, we also provide a robust extra-curricular program to support the development of the whole child. Our balanced educational program places a strong emphasis on academics while incorporating the arts, athletics, community service, and a wide range of learning opportunities inside and outside the classroom. Our curriculum is deepened through child-centered learning and our teachers strive to foster the development of each student’s unique talents and abilities. At GAAQ, we firmly believe that education is about overall student development (academic, social, emotional, physical, and cognitive learning). We are proud of our school’s journey since its inception in 2014. In just five years, we have become a NEASC-accredited school, earned one of the highest parent satisfaction ratings in the GEMS Education network, named one of the Ten Best International Schools in Qatar, approved to offer College Board Advanced Placement (AP) courses, granted permission to offer the prestigious Duke of Edinburgh Award and the Cambridge IGCSE Arabic exam, built a thriving, diverse school community with over 80 nationalities and obtained a 100% university acceptance rate for our first graduating class of 2019. All of these great achievements would not be possible without the tireless commitment of our large, tight-knit school community. There’s much more to a GEMS education than just great schools that set a benchmark for quality education. Every one of our schools is built on the same core values that encourage every GEMS student, regardless of their age, to develop a social conscience and become active members of their global community. Your child’s education is incredibly precious, which is why we want to talk with you about what makes us special. In this section, we’d like to invite you to learn a little more about the GEMS network of schools, our core values, and the part you can play in making your child’s educational experience the very best it can be.
  23. Guided by our vision, mission, and values, we are committed to excellence in education that nurtures the intellectual and personal development of our students. Education at QAW embraces an inquiry-based, culturally enriched international curriculum. Our talented teachers go above and beyond to achieve QAW’s vision, encouraging and guiding our students to discover, learn and think creatively. Teachers collaborate and work across subject areas to develop students’ academic skills, inspire inquiry and foster a love for learning. Our students are provided with opportunities to reach their potential and become competent, independent, and responsible individuals who are effective members of the global community. With the support of the Qatar Foundation, our committed Board of Governance, our professional staff of teachers and administrators, we have the expertise to ensure that all our programs are continuously meeting the needs of our students and enhancing their learning experiences. Since the school first opened in 2011, QAW continues to further develop its programs, curriculum, and facilities. We continue to add one grade level every year and hire highly specialized staff to meet the demands of our expansion. We have ambitious plans for the future, yet we never lose sight of what is most important, our students. At the heart of all our planning is student learning. As the QAW community continues to focus on always putting students first, we will be able to fulfill the QAW vision and mission, and our promise to students and their families. Qatar Academy Al Wakra is a private, bilingual, coeducational school that serves its local community by developing students who are critical thinkers, life-long learners, globally-minded responsible citizens that are of the highest academic caliber and grounded in high moral values and cultural integrity. Stallions are the mascot of QAW. The mascot name, “STALLIONS” is an acronym with each letter representing the values that are embodied in QAW students, staff, and community. To achieve our mission of providing the highest possible standards of education that help each student achieve excellence and develop as an independent critical thinker, a lifelong learner, and a responsible citizen, QAW has embedded the teaching, modeling, and practice of “Stallions” values into daily practice. QAW recognizes that all students learn through different modalities and at different rates. Learning Support (LS) services at QAW are designed to address the individual strengths and needs of each child and maximize students’ learning potential. We have Arabic and English speaking staff in the LS department to facilitate the needs of students learning in a dual immersion language program. The LS team provides support in academics, social-emotional development, and health. In addition to providing direct student services, LS staff provides professional development and resources to all staff as well as parents. To reach its vision of providing the highest possible standards of education where students can develop to their full potential to positively impact their community and the world, QAW has implemented the Response to Intervention (RTI) model, which integrates assessment and intervention within a multi-level prevention system to maximize student achievement and to reduce behavior problems. With RTI, schools identify students at risk for poor learning outcomes, monitor student progress, provide evidence-based interventions and adjust intensity and nature to those interventions depending on a student’s responsiveness, and identify students with learning disabilities or other disabilities. View full school
  24. Guided by our vision, mission, and values, we are committed to excellence in education that nurtures the intellectual and personal development of our students. Education at QAW embraces an inquiry-based, culturally enriched international curriculum. Our talented teachers go above and beyond to achieve QAW’s vision, encouraging and guiding our students to discover, learn and think creatively. Teachers collaborate and work across subject areas to develop students’ academic skills, inspire inquiry and foster a love for learning. Our students are provided with opportunities to reach their potential and become competent, independent, and responsible individuals who are effective members of the global community. With the support of the Qatar Foundation, our committed Board of Governance, our professional staff of teachers and administrators, we have the expertise to ensure that all our programs are continuously meeting the needs of our students and enhancing their learning experiences. Since the school first opened in 2011, QAW continues to further develop its programs, curriculum, and facilities. We continue to add one grade level every year and hire highly specialized staff to meet the demands of our expansion. We have ambitious plans for the future, yet we never lose sight of what is most important, our students. At the heart of all our planning is student learning. As the QAW community continues to focus on always putting students first, we will be able to fulfill the QAW vision and mission, and our promise to students and their families. Qatar Academy Al Wakra is a private, bilingual, coeducational school that serves its local community by developing students who are critical thinkers, life-long learners, globally-minded responsible citizens that are of the highest academic caliber and grounded in high moral values and cultural integrity. Stallions are the mascot of QAW. The mascot name, “STALLIONS” is an acronym with each letter representing the values that are embodied in QAW students, staff, and community. To achieve our mission of providing the highest possible standards of education that help each student achieve excellence and develop as an independent critical thinker, a lifelong learner, and a responsible citizen, QAW has embedded the teaching, modeling, and practice of “Stallions” values into daily practice. QAW recognizes that all students learn through different modalities and at different rates. Learning Support (LS) services at QAW are designed to address the individual strengths and needs of each child and maximize students’ learning potential. We have Arabic and English speaking staff in the LS department to facilitate the needs of students learning in a dual immersion language program. The LS team provides support in academics, social-emotional development, and health. In addition to providing direct student services, LS staff provides professional development and resources to all staff as well as parents. To reach its vision of providing the highest possible standards of education where students can develop to their full potential to positively impact their community and the world, QAW has implemented the Response to Intervention (RTI) model, which integrates assessment and intervention within a multi-level prevention system to maximize student achievement and to reduce behavior problems. With RTI, schools identify students at risk for poor learning outcomes, monitor student progress, provide evidence-based interventions and adjust intensity and nature to those interventions depending on a student’s responsiveness, and identify students with learning disabilities or other disabilities.
  25. In 1996 Al Arqam Academy was established as a private Arabic Primary school for girls. In 2004, keeping pace with educational reforms in Qatar, the school changed to an international English curriculum, combined with progressive Arabic, Islamic Studies, Life Skills, and Values programs. Today the school is a fully accredited Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) center. The vision and mission of Al Arqam Academy were developed with the cooperation of the whole school community and are regularly used to guide the school’s objectives and programs. To prepare a generation of students who are faithful to their origins, committed to values, dedicated to academic excellence, and connected to humanity. Al Arqam Academy focuses on providing a quality education based on Islamic principles and values, critical thinking, responsible citizenship, and leadership to prepare students to face modern challenges and contribute to local and global society The Academy ensures a healthy and safe school environment that supports the development of students in all areas. Goals: To develop the students socially, physically, and psychologically via varied curricula, skills, and activities that are by our culture, and our identity. To deliver a high level of education in Arabic and Religion, English, Science, Math and other subjects to prepare our students for local, and international universities. Developing personal and social skills promote the ability to obtain information, solve problems, think critically, and communicate effectively. Encourage students to respect others and themselves by building positive values, confidence, and cooperation. Ensure students enjoy learning throughout their lives and apply this learning to real-life scenarios. To foster a generation of students who are proud of their identity, adherent to values and morals, and are responsible citizens. To embrace and utilize cutting-edge Information Technology ensuring students have the tools to succeed in a rapidly changing world. Achieving excellence in the performance of teaching and administrative staff with academic and educational vision. To ensure that parents, students, school, and the community are joined in a partnership of mutual respect. View full school
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